Burial Beer Company is located downtown Asheville on the rapidly expanding South Slope. Read about what events Burial is hosting for Asheville’s Beer Week, happening May 28-June 6, 2016, and their weekly beer release rundown.
Asheville Beer Week Events
Seasoned Skillet – Bourbon Barrel-Aged Donut Stout Bottle Release
Sunday, May 29th at 12pm
Join us for the first ever release of Bourbon Barrel-Aged Donut Stout, “Seasoned Skillet.” Aged 9 months in Four Roses Barrels, this 9% iteration of our donut stout is surely the illlest skillet. Seasoned Skillet will be on tap beginning at noon while it lasts.
$18/750ml. Limit 2 per person. No distro.
Skillet Six Ways
Thursday, June 2nd at 4pm
Now in its third year, Skillet Six Ways features six iterations of our donut stout each with additional ingredients all on tap and paired with a mini-donut from Vortex Doughnuts.
Flights available. Draught only.
Weekly Beer Releases:
Tuesday, May 17th:
Double Small Batch Release
- Spoon & Hook
Spoon & Hook, a Spring Lager, is patiently fermented and lagered liquid concocted of pilsner and honey malt, flaked wheat, local wildflower honey, Lemondrop, Huell Melon, Wakatu, Centennial, Equinox and Hallertau Blanc hops and with chamomile flowers and lemongrass in the whirlpool.
| 5.1% | 1.053 | 33 | Blonde
- The Forge, Staff Series
The eighth iteration of the Forge, our staff series, was brewed by staff member, Christian. A hefty Rye India Black Ale, this beer was crafted with three rye malts; Riverbend, flaked, and chocolate. Late hopped with an abundance of Centennial, Simcoe, and Amarillo, this ale was then aged two weeks on cedar spirals to round out the hoppiness with hearty tannins and spicy rye character.
| 7% | 1.066 | 95 | Black
Save the Date:
Artist Markets | Second Thursdays, June-October, 8-11pm
This summer celebration of local artists is inspired by the late night street markets that occur nightly on Frenchman street right outside the French Quarter of New Orleans. Come enjoy a pint, peruse art of all kinds, listen to live music and support local craft.